Archives: Projects

Shadows of Light

Shadows of Light is a contemplative interactive installation exploring the concept of “slow interaction” where visitors are rewarded for standing still.

Grand Theft Reality

During my various visits to Los Angeles over the past months, I experienced a mentally displaced feeling when visiting locations for the first time physically that I had previously visited in the computer game Grand Theft Auto 5.

Fallen Angel

Fallen Angel is an audio/video installation, part of the Ingenious and Fearless Companions exhibition exploring the adventure of curiosity-driven research through a quest to find microscopic life in space.

Sequence

“Sequence” is a bio-digital project by artist Anna Dumitriu in collaboration with Alex May, the Modernising Medical Microbiology project at the University of Oxford, the University of Hertfordshire, Brighton & Sussex Medical School, and funded by Arts Council England.

My Robot Companion

Robot based project that asks what do we want from robots in our homes and challenges our preconceptions and ethical viewpoints through boredom, fidgeting, and face touching.

Sequence Music

Making music from DNA sequenced in a gallery using a MinION device

No Violence To The Sky

A video mapping installation responding to the writings of César Pelli – architect of One Canada Square, the Petronas Twin Towers, and Manhattan’s downtown World Financial Center, amongst many others. Commissioned by Level 39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London.

Waterlight

Waterlight is an audio and video mapped sculpture commissioned by Watermans Art Centre for their “The River Weekender”, part of the “Totally Thames” Festival.

40 Minute Painting

“40 Minute Painting” is a video artwork that has been generated using the small errors that occur when computers store fractional numbers in 32-bits of binary (e.g. 0.1 becomes 0.10000000149011612) to create mesmerizing clouds of colour that gradually evolve over the length of the work.

The Human Super Organism

The Human Super Organism” is an interactive installation that focuses on the bacteria from the hands. Participants place their hands on an interactive screen which acts as a virtual Petri dish and reveals the ways in which diverse colonies of bacteria from the human hands can be grown in the lab on agar.